Place:Lisbon, Kendall, Illinois, United States


Coordinates41.481°N 88.483°W
Located inKendall, Illinois, United States
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Lisbon is a village in Kendall County, Illinois, United States. The population was 271 at the 2020 census.

The community was established in 1836 with a log tavern and a highway connecting Joliet to Chicago Road. This led to the addition of a post office, enterprise, and a schoolhouse. The town became part of Kendall County in 1841.

John Moore is credited with naming Lisbon Township, stating he wanted a different name, leading him to choose a name with Portuguese origins.

According to Joseph R. Adams in the May 28, 1896, edition of the Kendall County News, "Though ten miles from a railroad, the villagers appear not wanting. They appear to be living better and happier than those differently situated."

Lisbon is now home to Lisbon Consolidated School, the John Moore Park, West Lisbon Church, and Lisbon Bethlehem Lutheran Church.

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